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    • Anticoagulants and Statins As Pharmacological Agents in Free Flap Surgery: Current Rationale 

      Pršić, Adnan; Kiwanuka, Elizabeth; Caterson, Stephanie A.; Caterson, Edward J. (Open Science Company, LLC, 2015)
      Microvascular free flaps are key components of reconstructive surgery, but despite their common use and usual reliability, flap failures still occur. Many pharmacological agents have been utilized to minimize risk of flap ...
    • Functional MRI to Evaluate “Sense of Self” following Perforator Flap Breast Reconstruction 

      Caterson, Stephanie A.; Fox, Sharon Elizabeth; Tobias, Adam M.; Lee, Bernard Travis (Public Library of Science, 2012)
      Background: Breast reconstruction is associated with high levels of patient satisfaction. Previous patient satisfaction studies have been subjective. This study utilizes functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) to ...
    • Three Patients with Full Facial Transplantation 

      Pomahac, Bohdan; Pribaz, Julian Joseph; Eriksson, Elof; Bueno, Ericka; Diaz-Siso, J. Rodrigo; Rybicki, Frank John; Annino, Donald James; Orgill, Dennis Paul; Caterson, Edward J; Caterson, Stephanie A.; Carty, Matthew Jonathan; Chun, Yoon Sun; Sampson, Christian Edward; Janis, Jeffrey E.; Alam, Daniel S.; Saavedra, Arturo; Molnar, Joseph A.; Edrich, Thomas; Marty, Francisco Miguel; Tullius, Stefan Gunther (New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM/MMS), 2012)
      Unlike conventional reconstruction, facial transplantation seeks to correct severe deformities in a single operation. We report on three patients who received full-face transplants at our institution in 2011 in operations ...